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Local 9 Year Old Leeds Talent makes
TeenStar National Grand Final!

Nine year old, Jessica May Frost from Farsley, Leeds has made it through to the National Grand Final of the singing competition TeenStar! After taking part in auditions alongside thousands of other unsigned singers across the UK and impressing the TeenStar judging panel, Jessica went on to battle through both the Regional and Area final heats. They’re now performing at the TeenStar Grand Final at The NEC in Birmingham on 25th July where they will be fighting to be crowned the winner of TeenStar 2015 and the £5,000 development and management prize advance that comes with it!
TeenStar is an exciting national singing competition specifically for teens and pre-teens which travels the UK in search for the UK’s best young singers, singer-songwriters, rappers and vocalists of all genres. TeenStar is brought to you by Future Music, the company behind the discovery of artists such as Luke Friend and Karen Hardy both of which have had chart success this year, Jacob Banks, Warner Music’s Birdy, Columbia Record’s Lucy Spraggan, Union J’s Jaymi Hensley and Jahmene Douglas, both of which are now signed to Sony Music.
Events Coordinator and Head of Future Music Chris Grayston said “We are searching for an act that not only has the live ability to impress an audience, industry judges and A&R associates, but an act that has the potential to become a professional recording artist. The TeenStar Grand Final is the best place to showcase your talent in front of a massive crowd and celebrity judges. It’s going to be a huge event and an experience of a lifetime for all our finalists.”
TeenStar is divided into age categories, the 'Late Teens' (16-19), 'Mid Teens' (13-15) and a special category searching for the stars of tomorrow, the Pre-Teens (12 and Under). All types of singers, vocal performers and groups are invited to enter TeenStar. All participants are aiming to make it to that prestigious Grand Final, where the spotlight will be shone on them and they’ll have the chance to win the main prize of a £5,000 development and management advance.
The National Grand Final will provide acts with the opportunity to impress many guests from the music and entertainment industry. For the past two years the Grand Final has seen A&R representatives from the three major record labels – Sony Music Entertainment, Warner Music Group and Universal Music Group all present. 
For more information go to the website www.teenstarcompetition.co.uk or better still come down and show your support. Alternatively the national music competition Open Mic UK are taking entries for the 2015 auditions this summer on their website now at www.openmicuk.co.uk.
For press enquiries please contact Miche Pears on 02380529966 or email [email protected]